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Astoria power plant nixed, Crown Heights tenants push back, & more

By Emily Myers | October 28, 2021 - 10:30AM 

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The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation rejects the permit for a proposed power plant in Astoria (The City)

A group of tenants in Crown Heights are pushing back against their landlord's second attempt to evict tenants and deregulate apartments (press release) 

The New York attorney general joins calls on NYC to halt and reform tax lien sales (City Limits)

A critical hearing could establish a homeless shelter at the former Namm department store, a landmarked building in Downtown Brooklyn (Brooklyn Eagle)

Co-working startups bet on the suburbs, where workers want office space close to home, without a long commute (The New York Times)

Thirty percent of Americans would live in a house with ghosts if it means landing their dream property (New York Post)

 

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